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Receiver I recently purchased a new receiver because the old one -- not that old -- would turn off when I played the CD's loud. Now, within a couple of minutes, the new receiver is also turning off. I have replaced the speaker wires with the best, and don't know what else I can do. I even had the new receiver checked out -- there is nothing wrong with it. What is the problem?

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Anonymous

You are over driving both your amp and the speakers.
do y9ou have speakers in parallel-- making the combined speakers less than 4 homs? also the cd is probably rated with ( i for got he initials it something like CDX whish has a 30 hertz base boom to it this is a good caution to observe becaus you may be overdriving both the speakers doing damage ( this becomes a DC component and is generating a lot of heat energy causing your amp to clip ( overheat) and the speaker to stop in mid stroke causing mechanical damage).

Get a bigger amp. Starts.
Get a balanced System
Go to a rock concert instead.
work at a jet engine factory.
Good luck
Call me im a doctor you will soon need new ear drums.

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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